We were searching for 2D1N stay in Kyoto for our recent trip to Kyoto and finally decided on 22 Pieces. 22 Pieces hotel is in Minami Ward, a neighbourhood in Kyoto, Japan. The hotel is approximately 4 minutes’ walk from Kyoto station.22 Pieces is a 22-room inn that stands quietly in a quiet residential area. A studio-type room with an area of 34 to 36 m2 and a kitchen has 3 single beds and 1 sofa bed.
It is available for 2 to 4 people. We booked via here instead of their official website. Continue reading [Hotel Review] 22 Pieces Hotel Kyoto | Japan →
Amanohashidate (天橋立) is one of Japan’s three scenic views. Amanohashidate, the meaning is referred to roughly bridge in heaven and is a 3.6-km-long, pine tree covered sand bar. It spans across Miyazu Bay on the Tango Peninsula, northern Kyoto Prefecture. We decided to take a free and easy day trip to northern Kyoto during our recent trip to Kyoto. If you prefer a tour instead, you can consider this pre-purchase day trip tour here. Continue reading [JAPAN TRAVELS] A Day Trip to Amanohashidate: The Flying Dragon of “Kyoto by the Sea” →
As the largest and most populous city in Queensland, Brisbane is one of the most important commercial centres in Australia. With its burgeoning art and food scenes, diverse cultural events, and relatively low cost of living, Brisbane is quickly becoming a favoured destination for Gen Z. Continue reading Brisbane: Why this Aussie destination is the next big thing for Gen Z →
Taipei, Taiwan has always been one of the top favourite travel destinations for Singaporeans and Malaysians. Like Japan, I do visit Taiwan from time to time for the beautiful nature, good food, Chinese culture and meeting my Taiwanese friends. All these it’s possible to do Free & from Taipei using their metro system or hire a private car service. Continue reading [Taiwan Travels] Discover 5 Hidden Gem Districts in Taipei, Taiwan – FREE & EASY Itinerary →
I stayed at Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown during my weekend trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is strategically located walking distance to the famous Petaling Street. With so many food choices around the area, I opted out the hotel breakfast. We decided to visit Sin Kiew Yee Shin Kee Beef Noodles. It is probably one of the oldest restaurants in Petaling Street (since 1930s) that is known for its homemade Hakka beef noodles. Continue reading [KL EATS] Sin Kiew Yee Shin Kee Hakka Beef Noodles (新记牛肉粉) At Petaling Street | Kuala Lumpur | Malaysia →
Hello! I am back to Bangkok again within the same month, but this time round is only for the weekend. I stayed in Modena by Fraser Bangkok for 3 Days 2 Nights (3D2N). The hotel offers modern accommodations for either a short or long-term stay. The is ideal for business trip, family vacation or just leisure purposes. Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] My Weekend Stay with Modena by Fraser Bangkok- SHA Plus Certified →
Jok Prince awarded Bib Gourmand by Michelin Guide Bangkok is one of the breakfast places to go for locals. The eatery is known for its congee/ rice porridge with smokey flavour. They used to locate in the alley leading to Prince Theatre and since relocated to Charoenkrung Road.
It was a rainy Monday morning and no sight of grab services. So, we decided to take the train instead. The nearest train station is Saphan Taksin and we walked for 400m to reach the destination. Continue reading [BKK EATS] Jok Prince (โจ๊กปรินซ์ บางรัก) Bang Rak, Bangkok- The Porridge Awarded Bib Gourmand by Michelin Guide →
When I told my friends that I am going Khao Kho, they asked “Where is this place?” Khao Kho, located at the north of Thailand is probably a less-travelled place for many of us. It is also known as misty Thailand that is away from the bustling and hectic Bangkok city. A drive of approximately 5.5 hours away from Bangkok will transport to a town above the clouds. No traffic and its serene and laidback town where you get to enjoy the nature scenery and beauty of the place. Continue reading [EXPLORE THAILAND] 3D2N FREE & EASY Road Trip Itinerary to Khao Kho- Sea of Clouds | Thailand →
Jeh O Chula aka Jay Oh in the Micheline Guide became famous when they started serving Tom Yum instant noodles few years ago. And because of this, it received its Bib Gourmand, and the rest is history. It has been bookmarked as one of the MUST-GO food/supper eateries in town. The queue is crazy and can up to 2 hours or more. Continue reading [BKK EATS] Jeh O Chula- The Famous Michelin Bib Gourmand Instant Noodles Worth the Queue? →
Chinatown in Bangkok or known as Yaowarat is one of the largest Chinatowns in the world. It is also one of the must-visit places when you travel to Bangkok, Thailand. Expect the road packed with both locals and tourists’ whole day long. As the night falls, explore the roadside stalls starting from 5.30pm onwards. Continue reading [BKK EATS] Yaowarat Toasted Bread – The Popular Street Food At Chinatown in Bangkok →